Lincoln University is the university within New Zealand for which the land-based industries are most important and the home of world-leading expertise in nitrous oxide emission mitigation.
Lincoln includes teams of researchers with skills relevant to the Centre in nitrous oxide emission mitigation and measurement, agricultural economics, soil science, environmental science and agricultural systems management.
Daniel Martin-Hendrie is a fourth year agricultural science student at Lincoln University. Under the supervision of Professor Tim Clough, Daniel is investigating DCD and ammonium in a lowland Canterbury Stream and what effect stream bed sediments, aquatic plants, and aeration regime have on their fate in a mesocosm study.
Daniel is a rural South Cantabrian whose discovered his interest in soil science once he started studying at Lincoln University. He is co-president of the Lincoln University Soil Society and is aiming for a career focused on rural soil management.